31 JANUARY 1941, Page 5

Mr. Harold Nicolson has been giving the Anglo-Swedish Society in

London his views on the post-war "order." Speaking of Sweden, I am glad to be able to recommend what the A.A. would call the shortest practicable route to anyone thinking of visiting Stockholm. The new British Press attaché at the Stockholm Legation (I am indebted to the World's Press News for knowledge of his movements) is taking it. You go, to begin with, to Cape Town by sea ; then to Cairo by air. After that, of course, the rest of the journey, via Istanbul and Moscow, is simple. Not long ago, it may be recalled, the personnel of the Friends' Ambulance Unit which was stranded in Sweden after the fall of Norway, reached the Libyan front by the same route reversed

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